reply to post by OzWeatherman
I am fairly new to the site, but not to many other things.
Chemtrails and their background stories are one of the things I am new to.
Thanks for sharing the debunking with me. I added another video to the links in my previous post. It might be the interior that oyu were talking
Thanks for the information.
I was still wondering how a single jet's exhaust can expand to cover and entire sky in just a few hours.
If you missed my earlier post I stated that: I was playing golf in the morning hours, it was in the spring and the sky was absolutely clear. A
perfect clear blue sky was viewable for a good portion of the morning.
After finishing the first few holes we were taking a smoke break and noticed a relatively thin exhaust reaching across the sky. We followed the
exhaust and found the jet that was producing it at a very high altitude.
We resumed our game and every so often would notice the trail left by the jet expanding and becoming lower in the sky. By the end of our round the
sky was nearly covered from this jet exhaust and it was a lot lower in the sky. It appeared to be a type of cloud at this point, simply because it
was now so large and close to the ground. How can the jet engine produce enough exhaust to nearly cover the entire sky?
We knew that, in fact, it was the exhaust of the jet we witnessed because we watch the expansion of it's exhaust throughout the day.
No other criss-crossing of jet exhausts were witnessed and really no other jet or airplane exhaust were seen at all, other than the one in question
from the morning.
It was obviously caused from the jet that we saw because, if you saw the original exhaust trail, you could follow the path of the exhaust cloud across
the sky. It was still in the original pattern across the sky.
How can a single jet exhaust expand in the sky so much that it nearly covers the entire visible sky, with no other clouds visible or weather systems
anywhere near the area?
I haven't seen this occur again, from the start with the original jet, to the finished product of an overcast sky, traceable by the original jet's
path. However, like many people, I have seen the sky look like this again and again.
A lot of the times the sky appears to have been criss-crossed by multiple jets in almost a tic-tac-toe pattern. By the end of the day the sky is
covered and a beautiful day has turned into an overcast afternoon and evening.
This just doesn't seem like an exhaust from an ordinary jet or aircraft could cause this type of occurance, regardless of the type of weather
conditions in the atmosphere.
It would be like saying the exhaust from a locomotive would cause the entire sky to be covered and overcast because of the weather conditions.
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